New Year’s Eve is tomorrow. Do you have any plans? We are having friends over for a game night, and I’m really looking forward to it. We actually tend to lay low on New Year’s Eve, but this year we decided to celebrate with friends at our house. No matter what your plans, these DIY New Year’s Eve party straw noisemakers are so much fun and easy to make…very easy to make. They are made out of drinking straws. You can glam them up with glitter, glitter glue, sequins or jewels or just leave them plain. The kids can help design their own. Thank you, Craft Project Ideas, for the glittery goodness. You want to make sure they have enough time to dry before it is time to blow them. My husband came home a while back with the idea of making noisemakers out of straws. We had a lot of fun making and blowing them, and I thought of the idea of making them New Year’s ready with a little bit of bling.
2. Cut off one side at a sharp angle.
3. Do the same on the other side to created a pointed end. This will be the end you blow from to make the screeching noise.
TO DRY: I taped skewers to the window sill and slid each straw onto the skewer to dry.